How does the philosopher Plato conceive of the nature of education as expressed in the selection from Book 7 of his dialogue, the Republic? Do you think this conception of education has any relevance to education–especially formal scooling–as you normally think of it? Explain. What other important ways of thinking about education are there, and do you think they are incompatible or at least in tension with Plato’s view, and why? In answering these questions, you should draw on, and occasionally make explicit reference to, the selection from Robin Barrow’s essay “Thinking about Education” (Attachment) and the 30 minute BBC podcast on the nature of education.(https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p005463m)
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